NutriNews Issue 7 2017 - Page 16

Halloween R Who says going to the museum has to be boring? On Friday, October 14 th , the NSGSA’s Hospital Representatives hosted a night out to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) Friday Night Live event, “Beer Me” to experience a night of art, culture, and music. Special exhibits on the science behind beer- making were displayed amongst the ROM’s regular line-up of artefacts. Throughout the night DNS-ers toured the numerous galleries, ate yummy snacks from the unique food vendors, and danced to music spun by some of the best DJs in the city! As always, the ROM knows how to put on a show and this night was definitely one to remember! S O C I A L This Hallowe’en, the NSGSA organized a day full of spooky activities in the Fitzgerald building by hosting a Hallowe’en-themed pot-luck! With classic Hallowe’en- themed hits like “Thriller” and “Monster Mash” playing throughout the afternoon, students flexed their artistic abilities by carving pumpkins in teams. The winning pumpkin carving was of one of the mischievous aliens from the Toy Story movies, brought to life by Sascha Hunschede, Zhen Lin, and Sara Stinson. As expected, the submissions for the ‘Spooky Food’ contest were amazing, with the final winner being a spider web- inspired cake made by Zhila Semnani-Azad. Lastly, the “battle” for Best Hallowe’en Costume was extremely tight – Olivia Moran’s popcorn costume won and Joseph Jamnik’s recreation of Dr. Alan Grant from the Jurassic Park movies came in as a close second. The NSGSA would like to thank everyone who participated in the festivities! See you next year! Issue 3 | Nutrition of Everything | 10